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The Ukrainian parliament continued to take decisive steps to strip ousted President Viktor Yanukovych of any remaining authority and to consolidate its leadership until the May 25 presidential elections. The parliament issued a decree naming its speaker, Oleksandr Turchynov, as the country’s interim president. Turchynov is a close ally of former Prime Minister and opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, who was released from prison Saturday. Some of Tymoshenko’s supporters had been pushing for her to become interim prime minister, but she made it clear she isn’t interested in the position. "I am grateful for the respect this shows, but I ask not to be considered for this post," she wrote on her website, notes the Guardian.
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@curtis how is this affecting the country?
4 years ago·Reply
@teamwaffles the country is at a standstill, some have even speculated that we will see a split with a new nation emerging. What do you expect?
4 years ago·Reply
Its way too early to tell and I just saw a story about the possibility. I'll make a new collection about it
4 years ago·Reply
@curtis I'm not well educated about the topic, but I'll definitely follow your new collection about it! I feel like I need to catch up on current events, but I know I'll never get to your level!!
4 years ago·Reply
thanks @teamwaffles, you should just keep commenting so we can hash this stuff out
4 years ago·Reply